Oil is the world’s most actively traded commodity, but forecasts vary as to whether it will start to wane in the decades to come. Understanding the changes that are sweeping through the oil industry and market today are key to understanding the outlook for economic growth, climate change, and geopolitical conflict.
By reversing course on fuel-efficiency regulations, CGEP Fellow Kate Gordon argues in a Reuters op-ed that the United States is encouraging automakers to build outdated vehicles in a globally-evolving market – ceding market leadership to China in the process.
On a new episode of Columbia Energy Exchange, host Jason Bordoff sits down with U.S. Senator Michael Bennet (D-CO) to discuss energy and climate policy in Washington, D.C. and his home state of Colorado.
Mike Teague, Oklahoma’s Secretary of Energy and Environment
Oklahoma is an important state for the US oil and gas industry. Excluding federal offshore areas, Oklahoma was the nation's fifth largest crude oil producing state in 2016. It is one of the top natural gas producing states in the nation,...